The app, called David Bowie is, features more than 50 3D Bowie costumes and users get to explore the whole museum show, plus some extra stuff that hasn’t been seen before. Which means 400+ high res images of Bowie’s costumes, along with sketches, notes, music videos, handwritten lyrics. Plus archive footage, drawings and photos.
They include his iconic 1972 show at the Rainbow Theatre, the Sound & Vision Tour from the 90s, live clips from 1974 Diamond Dogs Tour and concept art from his Black Star music videos.
And not only that, but it’s introduced and narrated by Bowie’s longtime friend Gary Oldman too. “This brings the amazing David Bowie is exhibition to a wider audience,” said Oldman in a press release. “It’s great that his fans get to experience it. It was a privilege to be involved.”